Ross From Friends shares visuals for ‘Love Divide’ directed by Bryan M. Ferguson

Ross From Friends (Felix Clary Weatherall) shares the official video for “Love Divide” directed by Scottish filmmaker Bryan M. Ferguson.

Celebrated for his ability to juxtapose the uncanny and the surreal “Love Divide” from his recently acclaimed new album “Tread” bears all the hallmarks of a classic.

Speaking on the track, Ross From Friends explains: “The first time I heard the track it really made me feel nostalgic for a time when I’d been a teenager hopping the music channels in the early hours. It evoked that insomniac, after hours vibe for me – which lends itself to warranting a strange visual component. The song has this sound that’s completely dream-like and fun but at times forlorn, so with the video I wanted to try and capture that same feeling by making something that doesn’t take itself too seriously and blends melancholy with surrealism.” 

The London-based artist has also announced his US tour whereby his Ross From Friends 3-man live trio consisting of himself, Jed Hampson & John Dunk will tour North America in March 2022 as well as his UK and Europe showcases which includes a sold out London leg at Electric Brixton. Tickets are available to purchase here.

Check out the visuals for “Love Divide” below.

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